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Matching an open position with a potential job candidate can be a difficult task. And apparently, some recruiters have decided it’s so tough, they’ve resorted to techniques that can be described as somewhat shady.
The Interior Department is still considering reducing the size of a number of national monuments. A few others in Arizona are still under consideration, including Ironwood Forest National Monument. Brandon Loomis covers the environment for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com.
Twelve transgender individuals from Central America and Mexico who asked for asylum last week in Nogales are now in the U.S. immigration system. They were accompanied by five gay males, also seeking asylum in the United States.
Whether it's an especially hot or cold day — or mild or unmemorable one - the weather reports coming through the radio, the internet and the nightly news all get collected in real time by meteorological forecasters. But then, those records find their way to a central data center, or rather, a weather library of the world.
And now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board at The Arizona Republic. Last week, the ACLU of Arizona began a campaign related to numbers showing that students of color and students with disabilities were being disproportionately punished in Maricopa County schools.
More Valley parents are opting to send their kindergartners to mandarin Chinese immersion programs. An elementary school in Scottsdale is joining a growing group of public schools to offer the curriculum.